AsPr Lyn Harrison
|Position:||Associate Professor |
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Arts and Education|
|Department:||SoE Arts & Ed|
|Campus:||ic3.506, Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 522 71494 +61 3 522 71494|
- Bachelor of Arts in Education, Deakin University, 1991
- Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 1995
Australian Association for Research in Education
The Sociological Association of Australia
School of Education Research and Research Training Committee
Assessor/reviewer for VicHealth and NH&MRC grants as well as Honours, Masters and Doctoral theses.
Health and Wellbeing
Gender and Sexuality
Qualitative Research Methods
Young People and Risk
- Engaging young people in Sexuality Education Project: ARC Linakge Grant in partnership with UniSA.
- Capacity Building and Social Enterprise: ARC Linkage Grant in partnership with Mission Australia
Exploring the impact of an intensive mode of delivery of Sexuality Education
* Health and Wellbeing
* Gender and Sexuality
* Qualitative Research Methods (including ethnography)
* Young people and risk discourses
* Postmodern theories
Harrison, L. & Ollis, D. (2015). Geelong Mums: Social Enterprise, Volunteering and Making a Difference. Geelong Mums, $14,000.
Ollis, D. & Harrison, L. (2015). Respectful Relationships Education In Schools Project (RREiS). The Foundation to Prevent Violence Against Women and Their Children: Our Watch, $34,000.
Ollis, D. & Harrison, L. (2014). Docs and Teens Health Literacy and Community Access Evaluation. Barwon Medicare Local, Women’s Health and Wellbeing Barwon South West Inc. & Headspace Geelong, $30,922.
Harrison, L. (2014). Sanctuary Research Evaluation Project. Sanctuary Counselling Service, $10,000.
Hickey, C., Harrison, L., Mooney, A. & Ollis, D. (2014). Building Respectful Relationships in Women’s Cricket. Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricket Association, $25,000.
Johnson, B., Harrison, L., Ollis, D., Calabretto, H. McLaughlin, C. & Flentje, J. (2013). Turning Them On: Engaging Young People in Disrupting Silences About Their Sexual Wellbeing. ARC Linkage Grant Scheme with UniSA, Deakin University and Shine SA, $150,000.
Ollis, D. & Harrison L. (2012). with Victorian DEECD. Preparing Our Pre-service Teachers to Teach Sexuality Education. Department of Health, Victoria $80,000
Centre for Research in Educational Futures and Innovation
Emerging Research Group: Sport, Culture and Social Change
Harrison, L., Hickey, C. & Campbell, P. (2014) Capacity Building and Social Enterprise: Individual and organisational transformation in transitional labour market programs. Deakin University.
Ollis, D., Harrison, L. & Maharaj, C. (2013). Sexuality Education Matters: Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Teach Sexuality Education. Melbourne: Deakin University, Burwood.
Ollis, D. Harrison, L. & Richardson, A. (2012). Building Capacity in Sexuality Education: The Northern Bay College Experience. Melbourne: Deakin University.
Campbell, P. Kelly, P. & Harrison, L. (2012). The Problem of Aboriginal Marginalisation: Education, Labour Markets and Social and Emotional Well-Being. Alfred Deakin Research Institute Working Paper Series Three (No. 31). Geelong, VIC: Deakin University.
Harrison, L. & Ollis, D. (in press). Young people, pleasure, and the normalization of pornography: sexual health and wellbeing in a time of proliferation. In J. Wyn & H. Cahill (Eds) Handbook of Children and Youth Studies. Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-4451-96-3_13-1.
Harrison, L., Kelly, P. & Campbell, P. (in press), Food and passion: technologies of self-transformation in Jamie’s Kitchen. In E. Swan & R. Flowers (Eds) Critical Food Studies. Surrey, UK: Ashgate.
Refereed Journal Articles
Harrison, L. & Ollis, D. (in press). Stepping out of our comfort zones: an examination of pre-service teachers’ responses to a critical analysis of gender/power relations in sexuality education. Sex Education.
Ollis, D. & Harrison, L. (in press). Lessons in building capacity in sexuality education using the Health Promoting School Framework: from planning to implementation. Health Education (special issue on the Health Promoting School).
Kelly, P., Campbell, P. & Harrison, L. (2013). “Don’t be a smart arse”: transitional labour market programs as neo-liberal technologies of the self. British Journal of Sociology of Education. DOI: 10.1080/01425692.2013.829744.